(1) The Board on Public Safety Standards and Training shall, in collaboration with the Private Security Policy Committee:
(a) Establish reasonable minimum standards of physical, emotional, intellectual and moral fitness for investigators.
(b) Prescribe fees relating to the application for and the issuance, renewal and inactivation of investigators’ licenses, and for the issuance of identification cards. Each fee may not exceed the cost of administering the program of the Department of Public Safety Standards and Training for which the fee was established. The board shall prescribe penalties for late renewal of licenses.
(c) Adopt a test of investigator competency.
(d) Establish rules of professional conduct to be followed by investigators.
(e) Adopt rules specifying those crimes and violations for which a conviction requires the denial, suspension or revocation of licensure as an investigator.
(2) The department shall:
(a) Investigate alleged violations of ORS 703.401 to 703.490 and of any rules adopted by the board or department. Notwithstanding ORS 703.473 (3), when the department conducts an investigation under this paragraph, all information about the alleged violation and the investigation is confidential and is not subject to disclosure under ORS 192.410 to 192.505 if the department determines that the allegation is false.
(b) Collect fees as prescribed by the board.
(c) Establish a website on the Internet that lists each investigator with the investigator’s license number, business address and business telephone number.
(d) Provide professional development opportunity information to investigators.
(3) The board shall adopt rules necessary to carry out the board’s duties and powers under ORS 703.401 to 703.490.
(4) The department shall adopt rules necessary to carry out the department’s duties and powers under ORS 703.401 to 703.490.
(5) For efficiency, board and department rules adopted under this section may be adopted jointly with the approval of the board and the department. [1997 c.870 §14; 2001 c.838 §14; 2003 c.14 §442; 2005 c.613 §24; 2007 c.320 §1]Section: Previous 703.447 703.450 703.455 703.460 703.465 703.470 703.473 703.475 703.480 703.485 703.490 703.850 703.990 703.993 703.995 Next
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